Lot 1 F.H. Ayres Driver c1920 Ideal playable hickory.This driver was made by F H Ayres, 111 Aldersgate Street, London, England

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-36 days -15 hours -27 mins -12 secs

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30.00

This driver was made by F H Ayres 100 years ago.

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Bid Value
30.00

Lot 2 Brassie Unknown Maker c1920 Ideal playable hickory No work needed on this club

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-36 days -15 hours -26 mins -12 secs

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30.00

The work horse of any set of clubs. Club got its name because it usually had a 'brass' sole plate, for extra protection when hitting the ball off the ground. Loft ranged from 12 and 17 degrees. Also very useful for Driving off the tee.

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Bid Value
30.00

Lot 3 Rare Spoon Brassie or Brassie Spoon c1924 made by L Cook, professional at Leer Golf Club, North Devon, England. Ideal to Use

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-36 days -15 hours -25 mins -12 secs

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30.00

The easiest of the hickory clubs to hit. This one was made by L Cook, professional at Leer Golf Club, North Devon, England 1924.

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Bid Value
30.00

Lot 5 William Gibson & Co Ltd, Kinghorn, Scotland. Cleek (Driving Iron). c1910 The name denotes a special head shape with a shallow face and a relatively long head with very little taper from heel to toe.

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-36 days -15 hours -23 mins -12 secs

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22.00

Best known is the Driving Cleek introduced in the mid 1800's and used up until about 1910. This Cleek was made by William Gibson & Co Ltd, Kinghorn, Scotland.

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Bid Value
22.00

Lot 6 George Nicoll, Leven Scotland. 'James Braid' Driving Mashie. Used for accurate driving off the tee and for long aggressive shots from the fairway. Stunning playable condition

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-36 days -15 hours -22 mins -13 secs

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20.00

It gets its name from the Mashie head shape. Short head length and a pronounced taper outwards to the toe. Ideal for tight lies with a stout shaft to accentuate their use. This one was made by George Nicoll, Leven Scotland to a design by James Braid for Arthur C Lockwood, Boston. USA Sports Retailer.

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Bid Value
20.00

Lot 7 J P Cochrane, Edinburgh, Scotland Driving Iron c1920. Perfect playable club

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-36 days -15 hours -21 mins -13 secs

Starting Price

23.00

1. As it implies it was used for driving off the tee but was also used to hit the ball off the fairway. Developed as an alternate to the harder to hit Driving Cleek around the turn of the Century. This Driving Iron. Was made by J P Cochrane, Edinburgh, Scotland.

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Bid Value
23.00

Lot 8 Unknown Marker a 1 Iron. c1920 ideal to use no work needed

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-36 days -15 hours -20 mins -13 secs

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16.00

The 1 Iron came into service with numbered irons in the late 1920's. It was probably used to replace the Driving Iron. This 1 Iron has no cleek mark therefore maker is unknown

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Bid Value
16.00

Lot 9 Alex Patrick, Levin, Scotland. 'Push Iron' c1925. Was developed for the specific 'Push Shot' with a very low trajectory.

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-36 days -15 hours -19 mins -13 secs

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25.00

Used mainly for downwind shots. A very difficult shot that only the best player could master. Popularised by the great Harry Vardon. A very collectable club.

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Bid Value
25.00

Lot 10 F H Spalding & Bros 2 Iron Ideal playable club c1925

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-36 days -15 hours -18 mins -13 secs

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20.00

Numbered replacement of the Mid-Iron in the Late 1920's. This 2 Iron was made by F H Spalding & Bros USA for C Brown Goodna USA.

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Bid Value
20.00

Lot 11 Cochrane & Co, Carnoustie, Scotland. Mashie Iron c1925. Identical specifications to a Mid-Iron. Great playerable hickory

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-36 days -15 hours -17 mins -13 secs

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21.00

The Mashie Iron was used by Bobby Jones in his famous shot out of a fairway bunker to win the 1926 British Open at Royal Lytham and St Annes. This Mashie Iron was made by Cochrane & Co, Carnoustie, Scotland

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21.00

Lot 12 Donaldson Manufacturing Co Ltd, Glasgow, Scotland. Mid-Iron. c1925 deal to use

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-36 days -15 hours -16 mins -13 secs

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19.00

This was the first iron club to choose in compiling a set of clubs during the early 20th Century. The name dates back to the 1890's. It is a medium long length shot club. Many instructional books recommended to start with this club when learning to play the game. This Mid-Iron was made by Donaldson Manufacturing Co Ltd, Glasgow, Scotland.

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Bid Value
19.00

Lot 13 James Anderson of Anstruther, Scotland for Will Meller, Sea South Links Approaching Cleek c1900 attractive club.

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-36 days -15 hours -15 mins -13 secs

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22.00

The Cleek shaped head invented in the 1890's to make approach shots to the green. Most of these clubs were made with a musselback design. With a sweet spot associated with the musselback it was designed for the very good players. However this club does not have a musselback

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Bid Value
22.00

Lot 14 Charles Miller, Glasgow for James Scott St Andrews Iron c1910. Nice club

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-36 days -15 hours -14 mins -13 secs

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20.00

Made in the late 1900s, it was originally designed for medium length approach shots. Roughly equivalent to the Mid-Iron and used for similar shots with slightly less loft than a Mid-Iron.

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Bid Value
20.00

Lot 15 Tom Stewart (Pipe Cleekmark) St Andrews Scotland for F Rapson. 'Mongrel Mashie' c1910

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-36 days -15 hours -13 mins -13 secs

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25.00

A utility club used between the Mashie and the Mid-Iron known as a 'betweener club'. Head shape is similar to an Iron. Could have been the predecessor to the 3 Iron.

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Bid Value
25.00

Lot 16 Bishop and Hendry of Leigh, Scotland for W E Brown professional at Broxbourne Golf Club. 'CARDINAL 3 Iron' in excellent condition

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-36 days -15 hours -12 mins -13 secs

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23.00

Bishop and Hendry of Leigh, Scotland for W E Brown professional at Broxbourne Golf Club. CARDINAL 3 Iron in excellent condition.c1915

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Bid Value
23.00

Lot 17 J W McLaughlan professional at Prestwick Golf Club Jigger (Chipping Cleek) Became popular in about 1906 - 08. Very few were made after 1920.

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-36 days -15 hours -11 mins -13 secs

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24.00

This club started out as a Cleek however it was found to be very useful for chipping and pitching shots. Many were cut down by the less experienced player. All Jiggers have a flat back

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Bid Value
24.00

Lot 18 Macgregor of Dayton, Ohio, USA 1920's Mashie. Ideal playable hickory

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-36 days -15 hours -10 mins -13 secs

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30.00

Intended as a second Mashie and also to fit between the primary Mashie and the Mid-Iron. Also used as a backup in case the first Mashie broke. Also used for pitching shots. A scare club

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Bid Value
30.00

Lot 19 F H Spalding & Bros, Fife, Scotland, for W East Sleaford professional. Playable 4 Iron c1925

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-36 days -15 hours -9 mins -13 secs

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22.00

The fourth club in a numbered set. Fitting between the 3 Iron and the Mashie. Sometimes used in place of the Mashie

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Bid Value
22.00

Lot 20 Anderson & Son of Anstruther 1910-1930. Jack Kirkland Autograph Model Mashie. c1915 Ideal to use

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-36 days -15 hours -8 mins -13 secs

Starting Price

23.00

Deep face invented in the 1880's this club could have started the Iron Club revolution. The head shape is shorter and deeper than the Cleek or Iron heads and had more taper from heel to toe, giving it a hatchet like shape. The Mashie was the most used in any set. Used from full shots to short approach shots. This deep faced Ladies Mashie

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Bid Value
23.00

Lot 21 'SPEUG' Mashie Mid Size 10/100 Yards. Made by Donaldson Manufacturing Co Glasgow c1925, Scotland. Range Finder Model. Perfect playable club

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-36 days -15 hours -7 mins -13 secs

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22.00

'SPEUG' Mashie Mid Size 10/100 Yards. Made by Donaldson Manufacturing Co Glasgow c1925, Scotland. Range Finder Model. Perfect playable club

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Bid Value
22.00

Lot 22 Peterson of Carnoustie, Scotland. Mashie Low Face (Lofter). Lofting Iron c1915

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-36 days -15 hours -6 mins -13 secs

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20.00

Peterson of Carnoustie, Scotland. Mashie Low Face (Lofter). Lofting Iron c1915

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Bid Value
20.00

Lot 23 Spade Mashie, made by James Spence St Andrews, Scotland c192. Spence was taken over in 1926 by Robert Forgan & Sons, St Andrews, Scotland

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-36 days -15 hours -5 mins -13 secs

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18.00

Spade Mashie, made by James Spence St Andrews, Scotland c192. Spence was taken over in 1926 by Robert Forgan & Sons, St Andrews, Scotland

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Bid Value
18.00

Lot 24 Tom Stewart of St Andrews for Ladies 'Benny' iron. A type of Mashie Niblick that was developed and names by Ben Sayers of North Berwick. Also stamped with the Stewart SERPENT cleekmark. c1905

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-36 days -15 hours -4 mins -13 secs

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25.00

It has a head shape similar to a Mashie with a loft closer to a Spade Mashie. A very scarce club

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Bid Value
25.00

Lot 25 MacGregor Co of Dayton, Ohio, USA Mashie Niblick, deep face, well lofted, ideal to use.

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-36 days -15 hours -3 mins -13 secs

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23.00

Designed to fit between the Mashie and the Niblick, first patented in 1915

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Bid Value
23.00

Lot 26 J P Cochrane & Co, Edinburgh, Scotland. Mashie Niblick ? Celtic or Low Face. The most popular was an egg shaped head. c1915

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-36 days -15 hours -2 mins -13 secs

Starting Price

24.00

J P Cochrane & Co, Edinburgh, Scotland. Mashie Niblick ? Celtic or Low Face. The most popular was an egg shaped head.

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Bid Value
24.00

Lot 27 Tom Stewart of St Andrews, Scotland.Niblick. The most lofted club in the hickory era. Similar to the modern 8 to 9 Iron. Used for bunker shots and lofted approach shots. These clubs came in a wide range of head sizes. Ranging from some not much larger than a golf ball to 'Giant' heads.

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-36 days -15 hours -1 mins -13 secs

Starting Price

28.00

Tom Stewart of St Andrews, Scotland.Niblick. The most lofted club in the hickory era. Similar to the modern 8 to 9 Iron. Used for bunker shots and lofted approach shots. These clubs came in a wide range of head sizes. Ranging from some not much larger than a golf ball to 'Giant' heads.

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Bid Value
38.00

Lot 28 J P Cochrane & Co, Edinburgh, Scotland for W H Wooler, Brighton, England. Pitcher. A short club fairly upright in lie. Used for shots up to 80 yards from the flag. A safe club in a high wind.

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-36 days -15 hours 0 mins -13 secs

Starting Price

22.00

J P Cochrane & Co, Edinburgh, Scotland for W H Wooler, Brighton, England. Pitcher. A short club fairly upright in lie. Used for shots up to 80 yards from the flag. A safe club in a high wind.

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Bid Value
22.00

Lot 29 Macgregor Dayton, Ohio, USA during the late 1920's and is quite a rare club. 'Sky Iron'. Similar to a Jigger. Moderate loft and low profile blade. Most were made by F H Spalding & Bros during 1910 to late 1920's, and is quite a rare club.

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-36 days -14 hours -59 mins -13 secs

Starting Price

30.00

Macgregor Dayton, Ohio, USA during the late 1920's and is quite a rare club. 'Sky Iron'. Similar to a Jigger. Moderate loft and low profile blade. Most were made by F H Spalding & Bros during 1910 to late 1920's, and is quite a rare club.

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Bid Value
30.00

Lot 30 James Meehan & Co for the Royal Melbourne Golf Club. 'Sammy Iron'. Precisely the same as a Jigger but having a rounded back as opposed to a Jigger with a flat back.

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-36 days -14 hours -58 mins -13 secs

Starting Price

27.00

James Meehan & Co for the Royal Melbourne Golf Club. 'Sammy Iron'. Precisely the same as a Jigger but having a rounded back as opposed to a Jigger with a flat back.

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Bid Value
27.00

Lot 31 St Andrews Golf Co, Glasgow, Scotland for C McDonald golf professional. This 'Scottie' model - The Putter and the Driver are the only two hickory clubs that have retained their names to the present day. They were available in an incredible variety of shapes and styles. These clubs were and still are the most experimented with.

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-36 days -14 hours -57 mins -13 secs

Starting Price

30.00

St Andrews Golf Co, Glasgow, Scotland for C McDonald golf professional. This 'Scottie' model - The Putter and the Driver are the only two hickory clubs that have retained their names to the present day. They were available in an incredible variety of shapes and styles. These clubs were and still are the most experimented with.

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Bid Value
30.00

Lot 32 (Ideal to Display) Water Mashie. Reproduction Irons with perforated face. The Water Mashie and Rake Iron had various slots cut in the face, to decrease resistance to sand or water or even air.

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-36 days -14 hours -56 mins -13 secs

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25.00

(Ideal to Display) Water Mashie. Reproduction Irons with perforated face. The Water Mashie and Rake Iron had various slots cut in the face, to decrease resistance to sand or water or even air.

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Bid Value
25.00

Lot 33 (Ideal to Display) Water Rake Iron. Reproduction Irons with perforated face. The Water Rake Iron had various slots cut on the top of the club, to decrease resistance to sand or water or even air.

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-36 days -14 hours -55 mins -13 secs

Starting Price

25.00

(Ideal to Display) Water Rake Iron. Reproduction Irons with perforated face. The Water Rake Iron had various slots cut on the top of the club, to decrease resistance to sand or water or even air.

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Bid Value
25.00

Lot 34 Robert Forgan & Son, St Andrews, Scotland. The 'Dreadnought' Driver. With an unusually whippy shaft. The name was derived from the new iron-clad battleships ? the Dreadnought class. They were much in vogue in about 1908. Ideal to use

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-36 days -14 hours -54 mins -13 secs

Starting Price

30.00

Robert Forgan & Son, St Andrews, Scotland. The 'Dreadnought' Driver. With an unusually whippy shaft. The name was derived from the new iron-clad battleships ? the Dreadnought class. They were much in vogue in about 1908. Ideal to use

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Bid Value
30.00

Lot 35 Made by D Anderson & Son, St Andrews 'Dreadnought Junior' Driver. who made a variety of different size heads including this Dreadnought Junior, with a half moon fibre face insert. c1915 Ideal to use

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-36 days -14 hours -53 mins -14 secs

Starting Price

30.00

Made by D Anderson & Son, St Andrews 'Dreadnought Junior'. who made a variety of different size heads including this Dreadnought Junior, with a half moon fibre face insert. c1915 Ideal to use

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Bid Value
30.00

Lot 36 J Robinson professional at the Baildon Golf Club, United Kingdom. 1898. Driver Bulger ? Scared Head Club

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-36 days -14 hours -52 mins -14 secs

Starting Price

30.00

The head is much shorter, the face is deeper and far from being 'hooky' it is slightly convex. This is a spliced or scared headed club

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Bid Value
30.00

Lot 37 L G Lewis, the professional at Mannings Health Golf Club, United Kingdom. Baffy, Brassie Iron & Wooden Iron. The Baffy similar in head shape to the Bulldog but much larger was probably used to get the ball out of very bad lies.

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-36 days -14 hours -51 mins -14 secs

Starting Price

30.00

They are the fairway equivalent of the Mid-Iron. Very scarce utility club and so should not be restored for play.

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Bid Value
30.00

Lot 38 (Formerley owned by noted collector David Stirk) J Ross of Prestwick Brassie with Ring hickory shaft. The best shafts were of 'ring hickory', these being made from lathe cut from the centre of the hickory tree where some of the grain had an appearance of a ring around the shaft; such shafts were said to be unbreakable.

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-36 days -14 hours -50 mins -14 secs

Starting Price

30.00

This Brassie was made by J Ross of Prestwick and was chosen and described by the late David J Stirk, retired surgeon and distinguished golf historian.

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Bid Value
30.00

Lot 39 R. Forgan & Son, St. Andrews. Putter. Prince of Wales Feathers. Name on shaft HG Osworth MacPherson & Co, Sydney, Retailer. Smooth faces. Right or left duel handed.

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-36 days -14 hours -49 mins -14 secs

Starting Price

35.00

R. Forgan & Son, St. Andrews. Putter. Prince of Wales Feathers. Name on shaft HG Osworth MacPherson & Co, Sydney, Retailer. Smooth faces. Right or left duel handed.

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Bid Value
35.00

Lot 40 R Forgan, St Andrews Scotland. Driver. Crown cleekmark. Name on shaft.

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-36 days -14 hours -48 mins -14 secs

Starting Price

30.00

Damage to nose, well used club

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Bid Value
30.00

Lot 41 R . Forgan, St Andrews Brassie c1925. Crown Cleekmark. Face Insert 5 plugs. Name on shaft. R Forgan, ideal to use

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-36 days -14 hours -47 mins -14 secs

Starting Price

30.00

R . Forgan, St Andrews Brassie c1925. Crown Cleekmark. Face Insert 5 plugs. Name on shaft. R Forgan, ideal to use

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Bid Value
30.00

Lot 42 R . Forgan, St Andrews. Cleek Crown. Cleekmark. Name on shaft. Diamond back, Dot punched face c1910

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-36 days -14 hours -46 mins -14 secs

Starting Price

30.00

R . Forgan, St Andrews. Cleek Crown. Cleekmark. Name on shaft. Diamond back, Dot punched face c1910

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Bid Value
30.00

Lot 43 R. Forgan & Son, St Andrews. Ladies Cleek. Crown cleekmark. Hyper with side design face. Name on shaft c1915 ideal to use

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-36 days -14 hours -45 mins -14 secs

Starting Price

29.00

R. Forgan & Son, St Andrews. Ladies Cleek. Crown cleekmark. Hyper with side design face. Name on shaft c1915 ideal to use

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Bid Value
29.00

Lot 44 R. Forgan & Son St. Andrews Scotland (scripted cleekmark). Mid-Iron. Crown. Diamond Back. Dot punched face. Name on shaft. c1920. Ideal playable club

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-36 days -14 hours -44 mins -14 secs

Starting Price

26.00

R. Forgan & Son St. Andrews Scotland (scripted cleekmark). Mid-Iron. Crown. Diamond Back. Dot punched face. Name on shaft. c1920. Ideal playable club

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Bid Value
26.00

Lot 45 R.Forgan & Son, St Andrews Scotland. Deep Face Mashie c1905 Smooth faced. Excellent club

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-36 days -14 hours -43 mins -14 secs

Starting Price

24.00

R.Forgan & Son, St Andrews Scotland. Deep Face Mashie c1905 Smooth faced. Excellent club

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Bid Value
24.00

Lot 46 Stunning club! R. Forgan & Son, St Andrews Scotland. Track or Rut Iron. Crown leekmark. Smooth face. E T Brown sole, (owner). Name on shaft. 1901

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-36 days -14 hours -42 mins -14 secs

Starting Price

28.00

Stunning club! R. Forgan & Son, St Andrews Scotland. Track or Rut Iron. Crown leekmark. Smooth face. E T Brown sole, (owner). Name on shaft. 1901

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Bid Value
38.00

Lot 47 R.Forgan & Son, St Andrews Scotland 'SCOTIA' Putter. Crown cleekmark c1915. Name on shaft. Dot punched face. Duel Right or Left handed.

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-36 days -14 hours -41 mins -14 secs

Starting Price

26.00

R.Forgan & Son, St Andrews Scotland 'SCOTIA' Putter. Crown cleekmark c1915. Name on shaft. Dot punched face. Duel Right or Left handed.

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Bid Value
26.00

Lot 48 (Formerley owned by noted collector David Stirk) R.Forgan & Son, St Andrews Scotland Ladies Putter, Ladies. Crown. Smooth faces. Name on shaft. Duel Right or Left handed.

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-36 days -14 hours -40 mins -14 secs

Starting Price

28.00

Has David Stirk's tag attached

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Bid Value
28.00

Lot 49 Immaculate condition. R.Forgan & Son, St Andrews Scotland Childs Driver c1920. Crown cleekmark On head. Childs clubs are rare.

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-36 days -14 hours -39 mins -14 secs

Starting Price

30.00

Immaculate condition. R.Forgan & Son, St Andrews Scotland Childs Driver c1920. Crown cleekmark On head. Childs clubs are rare.

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Bid Value
45.00

Lot 50 R. Forgan & Son, St Andrews Scotland Childs Club Crown Cleekmarlkc1900. J.S.R. on toe (owners). Diamond Back. Smooth face

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-36 days -14 hours -38 mins -14 secs

Starting Price

26.00

R. Forgan & Son, St Andrews Scotland Childs Club Crown Cleekmarlkc1900. J.S.R. on toe (owners). Diamond Back. Smooth face

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Bid Value
31.00

Lot 51 A H Scott, Elie, Scotland Driver. (Left Handed Club). Lion over Crown Cleek Mark. Circa 1910's. Velos model. Nice Club

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-36 days -14 hours -37 mins -14 secs

Starting Price

30.00

A H Scott, Elie, Scotland Driver. Left handed Cleek. Lion over Crown Cleek Mark. Circa 1910's. Velos model. Nice Club

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Bid Value
30.00

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